Thursday, July 1, 2010

A gift for your groom

What gorgeous gift are you going to give your groom on his wedding day? Maybe a Mont Blanc pen? Perhaps a drive day in an Aston Martin... Both lovely ideas, but I think I can help you out here with something just a little bit special and totally unique...

One of my favourite photographers, Julie Lovegrove of Lovegrove Weddings was so inspired by Gok Wan’s ‘How to look good naked’ programme, that she now specialises in her own style of classic nude and boudoir photography and is currently celebrating the launch of ‘Reveal Portraits’.

She offers packages where you can ‘Reveal Less’ (either fully clothed or showing a peek of your underwear), ‘Reveal More’ (gorgeous, classy boudoir shots), ‘Reveal All’ (I probably don’t need to explain this one!), or ‘Reveal your Bump’ (gorgeous pregnancy shots when you are in full bloom).

If you are looking for the perfect, personal and intimate gift for your future husband to unwrap on your wedding day, then this has to be just the thing. I promise you, he will adore it! It’s timeless, elegant and something for both of you to treasure for years to come.

Julie also told me that she has an introductory offer of £50 off product for any bookings received before the end of July 2010.

Go on, contact Julie for an appointment and give him a gift that will knock his socks off – and empower yourself at the same time!

Photo credits: Julie Lovegrove,
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1 comment:

  1. This is a great post :)

    I had a Reveal Your Bump shoot with Julie and I would just like to say what a wonderful experience it was. Julie was absolutely lovely and made me feel completely at ease right from the start. I now have a simply stunning collection of pictures from perhaps the most memorable and precious time of my life that I’m proud to show off to all my friends and family. They still bring a tear to my eye when I look at them; I’ll treasure them forever.

    In my opinion, this is something every pregnant woman should do!